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ActionAid Zimbabwe Sep 13
We are humbled to receive the Award for best NGO for implementing Sustainable Development Goals in communities of Manicaland in particular our impact on Response in Chimanimani under the CSR NetworknZimbabwe 2019 Responsible Business Awards for Manicaland
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ActionAid UK 23h
6 months after struck Mozambique, around 77,000 people are still living in tents in displacement camps in Mozambique, are reliant on food aid and lack access to medical care. charities still have much to do to help people recover:
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DEC in Scotland Sep 13
Huge congrats to our marathon man - x10! - Richard Fisher from Edinburgh, who has just completed the 268 mile Pennine Way in 10 days - raising around £3000 for our response. We raise our hats and run your bath!! 🏃‍♂️💪👏
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Josh Ahmed Sep 13
Tomorrow's the day, the folk will be walking 24 miles and ascending to the top of Yorkshire's in 12 hours! ⛰⛰⛰ Please sponsor us and help those devastated by the floods - every little helps!
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UNICEF Moçambique Sep 13
S$ 398 million required to support affected population as extreme climate events grip ➡️
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UNDRR Sep 13
6 months after children in attend school in difficult circumstances. Rehabilitation of schools remains a challenge for the post-disaster recovery. is the theme for this year’s International Day for DIsaster Risk Reduction, October 13
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vantunews Sep 12
is rampant in almost every public institution in . Even donations were looted. It's going to take a very longtime to weed out corrupt tendencies among our people.
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IFRC Intl. Federation #RedCross #RedCrescent Sep 13
Six months after the worst disaster in ’s recent history, teams continue to provide support to the affected communities.
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ReliefWeb Sep 11
Six months on from , survivors fear “dying from hunger” - (📷 UNICEF/UN0308581/De Wet)
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Oxfam International 1h
6 months since hit Southern Africa. Since then we've supported +840,000 people across Mozambique, Zimbabwe & Malawi with water, sanitation and hygiene. Your support continues to help people rebuild their lives today. Thank you.
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JennHoutby Sep 13
Amazing rebuilding progress in the 6 months since at Nhamatanda Hospital thanks to
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Mike Noyes 24h
Having seen the response for myself I am not surprised. Congratulations to my friends and colleagues.
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Oxfam Ireland Sep 13
Amelia, 38, is a farmer in a village where families have received tomato seeds following . Tomatoes have grown quickly, but now farmers are living on tomato soup and some have been fainting. To help farmers like Amelia, spread the word by liking and sharing.
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Takaitei Bote 12h
Proud to be part of a team that is shifting power to women and community based oeganisations like and to implement women led emergency response in Chimanimani
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UNICEF 15h
Nearly 1 million people, including 160,000 children under five, in northern Mozambique are facing food shortages and a nutrition crisis.
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CARE InternationalUK 22h
It's been six months since devastating struck Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, where more than 1,000 died. We hear from Rosa, a farmer who survived the cyclone but is struggling due to the damaging impacts of on her harvests >
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Age International 22h
In March, left a trail of destruction affecting over 3 million people. Thanks to you, we have helped older survivors with: 🍞 Food 💧 Water 🏠 Shelter 🛏️ Mattresses & blankets 💊 Health care 👫 Emotional support 💺 Home care ...And much more. Thank you.
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IFRC Africa Sep 13
6 months ago, faced one of the worst disasters in history. Since the onset, Red Cross has been supporting communities affected by and
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PlanInternational UK Sep 13
6 months ago devastated parts of Southern Africa. Families lost their income, forcing girls to leave school. For education is a lifeline. That’s why we're implementing our new programme so that no girl is ◀️
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CARE Canada Sep 13
Six months since struck 3 southern African countries – Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi – CARE experts are calling on the international community to urgently adopt (CSA) to contain chronic food shortages in the region:
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